This sport of Hosta 'Summer Breeze' (which was a sport of Hosta 'Summer Music') was discovered by Illinois's Mark Zilis. Hosta 'Summer Lovin' makes a dazzling 22" tall x 50" wide clump of corrugated dark green leaves (darker than its parent) surrounded by a wide golden border. For us, Hosta 'Summer Lovin' has shown exceptional garden vigor in our trials. To the delight of hummingbirds in early summer, the clumps are topped with 30" tall scapes of light lavender flowers...stunning!
Hosta Remember Me Funkia, Plantain Lily Height: Short 15" (20" in flower) / Plant 20" apart Bloom Time: Summer to Late Summer Sun-Shade: Mostly Sunny to Full Shade Zones: 3-8 Get Your Zone Soil Condition: Normal, Acidic Flower Color / Accent: Lavender / Lavender
Hosta 'Cathedral Windows' _ The large, 9-10" round, dome-shaped, golden leaves are surrounded by a 3" wide, dark green border. The 3' wide clumps are topped in late summer with 40" stalks of very large, very fragrant flowers...a hummingbird party plant. Imagine a super bright version of Hosta 'Holy Mole' and you get the picture. - See more at: http://www.plantdelights.com/Hosta-Cathedral-Windows